Latest Artwork, April, 2021

Cork Street
Cork Street, Acrylics and oils on board, 77 x 62 cm
After the Rain
After the Rain, Oil and cardboard on panel, 51.5 x 30.5 cm
James RooneySubject matter is mostly abstract seascapes, landscapes and nature, with texture and depth playing an important role.
The New Normal
The New Normal, oil on canvas, 60 x 60 cm
Bring Out Your Bread
Bring Out Your Bread, oil on arches paper, 31 x 33 cm
Daire LynchWith a boundless reverence for life and the human form, he has birthed a world where the nuances of humanity are brought to the forefront and propose an emotive journey to the viewer.
Shackles Off
Shackles Off, Oil on Canvas, 24 x 32 inches
Heart Surrender
Heart Surrender, Oil on Canvas, 14 x 18 inches
Zanya DahlI am fascinated by how we connect within, with each other, and with our environment. My art often relies on surrealism to communicate these concepts more effectively.
The Red Door
The Red Door, Acrylic on Canvas, 40 x 50 cms
The Old Schoolhouse
The Old Schoolhouse, Acrylic on Canvas, 40 x 50 cms
Tony GunningFollowing his sell-out debut at the Davis Gallery, Dublin, in 2002 he has had fourteen solo shows and has exhibited at numerous group shows including Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, RHA and RUA annual exhibitions, Eigse, EV+A and Claremorris Opens.
Waterside at Night
Waterside at Night, Oil on canvas, 50 x 40 cm
Waterford Quays
Waterford Quays, Acrylic on canvas, 50 x 40 cm
Jim MaherMost of his work is landscape or cityscape with inspiration from the local region. Paintings sometimes lean towards the abstract although the majority are traditional in nature.
Gone, oil and acrylic on canvas, 30 x 20 inches
Gondolero, oil on canvas, 50 x 30 inches
Jim FurlongIn his early career Jim trained as a sign writer and worked for many years for a multinational company,but later in life decided to apply to Limerick College of Art and Design as a mature student to study for a in Fine Art.
Blue Jug and Oranges
Blue Jug and Oranges, Oil on Canvas, 30 x 35 cm
Blue Jug
Blue Jug, Oil on Canvas, 30 x 35 cm
Amanda TapleyFor the last number of years I have concentrated on still life paintings, and I am currently exploring still life and how I can use subject matter to convey ideas and emotion.
Early Morning Swim
Early Morning Swim, Oil on canvas, 50 x 50 cm
Siesta, Mosaic on board, 48 x 36 cm
Colette O'BrienColette O'Brien was born in Highgate, London. Throughout School and college Art featured high on her school curriculum. In 1989 Colette moved to Dubai
Healing,Hope and Freedom
Healing,Hope and Freedom, Acrylic, 50 x 40 cm
Life is Blossoming
Life is Blossoming, Acrylic, 80 x 60 cm
Fiona RocheFiona is from Dublin and still lives and works there. Her aim is to create artwork that is dynamic and uplifting to bring a sense of joy and wellbein
Into Wonderland II
Into Wonderland II, oil on canvas, na
Into Wonderland I
Into Wonderland I, oil on canvas, na
Catherine McGaghDonegal-born Catherine McGagh has been living in Drogheda, the town which is the gateway to the Boyne Valley,for the last 15 years. She has been pain
Little Finches,Acrylic gels
Little Finches,Acrylic gels, metallic paints in glass white frame, 8 x 8 inches
Wild Atlantic Way,Acrylic gels
Wild Atlantic Way,Acrylic gels, pearl and metallic paints in glass frame., 8 x 8 inches
Martina FlynnBest known for playing Ann Clarke for 10 years in RTE'S Soap Fair City, her first exhibition at The Denis Collins Gallery in 2019 was well received.
The Rossaveel Regatta,Connemara,Co. Galway
The Rossaveel Regatta,Connemara,Co. Galway, Oil on canvas, 16 x 12 ins
Bringing Home The Catch,Duncannon
Bringing Home The Catch,Duncannon, Oil on canvas, 16 x 12 inches
Declan McCarthyI returned to painting in 2016 and have exhibited in group shows and have some originals for sale in a local gallery. I am registered as an Irish Artist having been accepted by the Irish Arts Council in 2018.
Daybreak In Killorglin
Daybreak In Killorglin, Watercolour, 420 x 295 mm A3
Misty Morning In Killarney
Misty Morning In Killarney, Watercolour, 295 x 420 mm A3
Graham Mark FrenchI have a passion for all things Irish since visiting on several occasions. These images are from both my imagination and other sources of reference.
Swords Swans
Swords Swans, Acrylic, 16 x 25 cm
Swords Waterfall
Swords Waterfall, Acrylic, 21 x 31 cm
Catherine ConwayI enjoy working with oils, acrylics and more recently watercolours. I like detailed subjects and I am drawn towards plants and flowers.
Marlay Park 1
Marlay Park 1, Watercolour, A3
Marlay Park 2
Marlay Park 2, Watercolour, A3
Cathal O'BriainCathal O'Briain is a self-taught Watercolour artist. He enjoys painting on location and currently exhibits his work at O'Briain Art Gallery in Lucan, Co. Dublin, Ireland

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